Nice place in two sections, one a bit like a pub, the other a more trendy restaurant. Great food, good wines, okay prices, friendly service but not quite sufficiently alert to be there when needed.
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Enjoyed my visit to the Cerf d'Or with business colleagues. This is a homely Alsatian restaurant with top class cuisine. An amuse-bouche of razor clam was followed by pâté, faux filet and apple tart. The wine was was selected and excellent. Recommended.
We made a mistake by electing to eat outside. Every other patron chose to be inside and as a consequence we were largely neglected. The food and drink was slow to come but we could not fault the meals. She had gambas grillée whilst he...More
Really nice location, with ample out door seating. Enjoyed an excellent special of the day (Italian Salad) and decent, not great Wiener Schnitzel. Price with wine and water was around 45 EU and service was attentive, if a bit slow after meal was delivered. Worth...More
Good, simple and very tasty dishes: excellent ingredients, well prepared. Friendly staff. You can choose to have your déjeuner/diner either in the cosy all-wooden or in the posher part of the restaurant. Or - weather permitting - outside on the terrace.
I'ld have given this restaurant 5 if we had been treated better on arrival. Having taken the trouble to book the day before for Saturday lunch we provided the booking number and our name to the wait person who frowned and directed us to a...More
Very good civet de gibier (venison stew). Inexpensive wines chosen by the sommelier. A high class restaurant at medium prices.
You can never say by simply walking in but it's actually a very nice place with great kitchen! I had the salmon with herbs and it was DELICIOUS!! They have also a good selection of wines and some beer choices. Most of the things they...More
For the ultimate experience in friendly service, fabulous food and a wine list to die for, try this magnificent and very old family-run hotel.